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Expedition Whydah, Cape Cod

Expedition Whydah, Cape Cod

Anne Bonny and Mary Read were pirates, as renowned for their ruthlessness as for their gender, and during their short careers challenged the sailors’ adage that a woman’s presence on shipboard invites bad luck.”  Sculpture by Erik Christianson.

Anne Bonny and Mary Read were pirates, as renowned for their ruthlessness as for their gender, and during their short careers challenged the sailors’ adage that a woman’s presence on shipboard invites bad luck.” Sculpture by Erik Christianson.

famous pirates in history | Anne Bonny - Famous Pirate - The Way Of The Pirates

famous pirates in history | Anne Bonny - Famous Pirate - The Way Of The Pirates

12 000 pièces d'or ont déjà été découvertes par Barry Clifford à proximité de l'épave du Whydah.

12 000 pièces d'or ont déjà été découvertes par Barry Clifford à proximité de l'épave du Whydah.

Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA - So much history and so many laughs, a great place to see a children's matinee performance! https://www.capeplayhouse.com/

Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA - So much history and so many laughs, a great place to see a children's matinee performance! https://www.capeplayhouse.com/

The Flor de la Mar (Flower of the Sea) was a 400 ton Portuguese carrack (frigate) built in Lisbon during 1502.Captained by Alfonso de Albuquerque the ship was loaded with a vast treasure taken from Malacca as well as tributes from the King of Siam.On the 20th November 1511 it was shipwrecked on the reefs of Sumatra.  The treasure and many young slaves were lost to the waves.The estimated value is $2.6 Billion + (54,431kg of Gold x $49,000 per Kg)

The Flor de la Mar (Flower of the Sea) was a 400 ton Portuguese carrack (frigate) built in Lisbon during 1502.Captained by Alfonso de Albuquerque the ship was loaded with a vast treasure taken from Malacca as well as tributes from the King of Siam.On the 20th November 1511 it was shipwrecked on the reefs of Sumatra. The treasure and many young slaves were lost to the waves.The estimated value is $2.6 Billion + (54,431kg of Gold x $49,000 per Kg)

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